I'm replacing my very basic 1986-vintage Hameg HM 203-6 'scope.
I've had a Hameg/R&S HMO2024 on loan for evaluation, and an Agilent/Keysight MSOX3054A. I also spent a couple of hours at Tek in Bracknell, UK putting one of their MSO3000 series 'scopes through its paces - and looking in particular at how well it displays TV waveforms, the subtleties of which, it seems, can be a challenge for modern 'scopes. (I’m a retired broadcast engineer - BBC/Channel 4 - so my natural home would be Tek, I guess.)
I stopped-by the Picotech stand at EDS 2014, Coventry, UK in October but having eschewed PC-scopes at the outset – and very nearly settling on the Hameg - I thought I should properly check out Picotech and have also stumbled across Link Instruments in the US.
Can anyone advise whether (as I hope and presume) I can fully and easily operate the PicoScope 6 software using either a touchscreen monitor alone, or a standard monitor with a mouse (ie no keyboard)?